Five Reasons Creatives Should Build In Public

For over three years, I worked on my book in a vacuum. I loved the practice of daily writing in solitude. The problem was that I had no idea whether or not what I was creating was actually something people in the world would appreciate. I know that I shouldn’t ultimately care about what othersContinue reading “Five Reasons Creatives Should Build In Public”

The Top Five Micro Habits Creatives Should Adopt Today

I often take on too many big ideas at once, which prohibits me from doing my best work. Instead of working on my big ideas that may be two to three years in the making, I’ve been working on a much more granular level. Over the past six months, I’ve developed a set of microContinue reading “The Top Five Micro Habits Creatives Should Adopt Today”

How I solved the more money vs. more time conundrum

My more time vs. more money equation has always looked like this: Time > Money As a creative, I need time to think, absorb, and formulate my ideas. When I spend the majority of my time earning money, I run out of valuable time to bring my ideas to life. This sets up a frustrating,Continue reading “How I solved the more money vs. more time conundrum”

Four simple questions I ask before saying yes to a work opportunity.

For many years, I had a scarcity mindset. I worried that each performance opportunity would be the last, so I automatically said yes to everything. When I transitioned away from making a living as a performer, I carried that scarcity mindset with me. I continued to say yes to every opportunity and rarely did IContinue reading “Four simple questions I ask before saying yes to a work opportunity.”